Newham Compensation


Newham is a London borough which can be found within the eastern part of the capital and was formed of the former Essex county boroughs of West Ham and East Ham. The borough can be found approximately five miles (8km) from the City of London and was one of the six London boroughs to host London 2012 Olympics events. Newham was in fact the borough which featured most of the Olympic Park, including the Olympic Stadium which is soon to become the home of West Ham United Football Club.

The Formation Of The Borough

The London Borough of Newham, to give it its official title, officially came into being on the 1st April 1965 as a borough of the newly formed Greater London. The boundaries of the new borough encompassed the whole of the former county boroughs of East and West Ham, as well as the area known as North Woolwich and an area just to the west of the River Roding which had previously been part of the Municipal Borough of Barking.

Demography Of Newham

There are a number of interesting demographic features of Newham which were thrown up by the latest 2011 census data. Firstly, the borough is thought to have the lowest average age of population of any borough in the United Kingdom. Secondly, it is also a borough with one of the lowest percentages of white British residents in the country at just under 17%.

Aside from those two interesting demographic features, the 2011 census also revealed that the borough is home to just over 310,000 permanent residents. This gives the borough an approximate population density of 22,000 per square mile, showing us that Newham is a very densely populated area. What that, in turn reveals, is that the borough will see a large number of accidents and injuries which is why we will now briefly talk about Newham compensation claims.

Newham Compensation Claims

If somebody else causes you an injury in Newham compensation could be available to you by way of a personal injury claim. This Newham compensation claim is the means by which you can seek financial reparation for the physical, emotional and financial pain that your injury has caused. If this sounds like the situation you find yourself in, then you will want to know who could help you to make such a claim.

Who Can Help You To Claim?

The best company to trust with the handling of your personal injury claim is unquestionably Accident Advice Helpline. You can benefit from the expertise and knowledge that they have built up over 14 years in the field by giving them a call on either 0800 180 4123 or 0333 500 0992 if you prefer to call on your mobile.

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